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The «Hellenic - Kenyan Chamber of Industry, Commerce, Tourism & Culture» was founded in 2014. It came to be a necessity as the presence in Kenya of Greek businesses continues growing and the interest of Kenyan businessmen for investing in Greece is augmenting.
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The Hon. Consul of Kenya in Greece, Mrs. Vicky Pantazopoulou, accompanied with representatives of Greek companies that participated at the Greek mission to Kenya, namely Mr. John Giannoutsikos (Viochalco S.A), Dr.  Hristos Solomonidis (Rogan Associates S.A.) and Mr. John Giannikouris  (Thermocool Environmental Technologies Ltd.) had a meeting in Nairobi with senior officers of Kenya Ports Authority, namely Mr. Edward M. Kamau, Gen. Manager Corporate Services, Mr. Symon K. Wahome, Manager Inland Container Depots, and Mr. Josphat K. Thiongo, Principal Operation Officer (ICDN).

The Attica Region Governor, Mrs. Rena Dourou, met on December 21st 2015 at the Region's headquarters with members of the Chamber's Board of Directors, namely the Chairman, the Secretary General, and the Treasurer, Mr. Vassilis Katsikeas, Mr. Aris Syngros and Mr. Lefteris Alexakis respectively, and the Honorary Consul of Kenya in Greece, Mrs. Vicky Pantazopoulou. 

The Deputy Foreign Minister for International Economic Relations, Mr. Dimitris Mardas, met on November 3rd at the Foreign Ministry with representatives of the Hellenic-Kenyan Chamber of Industry, Commerce, Development, Tourism and Culture, and the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Kenya in the Hellenic Republic, Mrs. Vicky Pantazopoulou.

The Hellenic - Kenyan Chamber of Industry, Commerce, Development, Tourism & Culture created the networking website Hellenic - Kenyan Forum to give to its members the opportunity to connect with their counterparts in both countries. 

Kenya now has the third-largest financial sector in sub-Saharan Africa, the World Bank has said. The global financier, however, says there is need for further structural reforms to enable the country achieve its true development potential.